Get ready, gentlemen (and ladies who want their men to dress well): Gap is launching a sexy fall collection tailored made for you.
In collaboration with GQ, the clothing giant will debut a limited-edition collection of menswear designed by GQ's six Best New Menswear Designers in America. Much in the same way the Gap teamed up with the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund in 2007 to redesign the white shirt, GQ's designer finalists will recreate "menswear."
“From the very early stages of the design process, we knew this collection was going to be something our customers were drawn to,” says Mark Breitbard, head of merchandising for Gap North America. “These designers are shaping the future of menswear, and it’s an honour to bring their distinct visions to life in a way that complements Gap’s casual American point of view.”
The collection will feature everything from accessories to outerwear and blazers to wool pants, and will range in price from $20 up to $350. It will be available online and in stores Sept. 27.
Featured designers, include:
-- Ian Velardi's active sportswear
-- Twin brothers Ariel and Shimon Ovadia, of Ovadia & Sons
-- Saturdays NYC, founded by Morgan Collett, Josh Rosen and Colin Tunstall
-- Todd Snyder’s self-titled label
Check out Gap's complete fall lookbook.